Robert Maynard (c. 19 September 1684 – 4 January 1751) was a lieutenant and
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Robert C. Maynard was a journalist, a philanthropist, and a black leader that
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Robert Maynard (c. 1684 – 4 January 1751) was a British lieutenant and later
captain in the Royal Navy and the First Lieutenant of HMS Pearl. In November ...
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